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House Museum of Bulat Okudzhava in Peredelkino Returned to the State
5.03.2012 13:42
House Museum of Bulat Okudzhava in Peredelkino Returned to the State

The House Museum of the famous Russian poet, man of the sixties Bulat Okudzhava situated in Peredelkino near Moscow has been transferred to federal property again.
      Earlier the House Museum of Bulat Okudzhava was in the property of the government of Moscow Region and turned to be on the verge of closing.
      Bulata Okudzhava House Museum in the poets summer residence in Peredelkino was created in 1998 as a national, public museum. It has kept the unchanged interior of his lifetime and a unique collection of hand bells collected by Okudzhava.
      The museum is divided into two parts: the memorial part is dedicated to life and creativity of the poet. Another part represents Museum for Friends dedicated to the poets surroundings and his epoch. The museum holds club meetings with poets, writers and songwriters of different generations.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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